Erie loves hockey and Erie loves the Shriner's Hospital for children. This week's good kid jumped at the chance to combine these two great loves and help make a difference in the community.
This week, our Good Kid is sharing her love of literacy and her desire to give back with her peers.
When a friend is going through treatment for cancer, it's heartbreaking. This week's 'Good Kid' demonstrates what it means to help a friend in need.
Some people on their birthday look forward to well-wishes and some gifts. But this year, our Good Kid of the Week said 'hold the gifts' and asked for donations for a favorite non-profit, instead.
This week's Good Kid has a soft spot for his family, especially his mother; spending his summer helping her out around the house and with their pets after she had surgery.
Whether it's at a local school or at a local nursing home, this week's Good Kid loves spreading her creativity and kindness. She does it all with a smile on her face and a crown on top of her head.
This week's 'Good Kid' has spent her summer hanging out with her best friend. That person happens to be her grandmother, who was in need of a helping hand.
Whether it's spending her free time helping her family, her church, or complete strangers, this week's 'Good Kid' isn't your average 15-year-old, even saying she feels her best when she's out there helping people like "the kids and the elderly".
He's the goalie for his soccer team, loves shooting his bow, and usually beats his dad in video games. What's unique is that this week's Good Kid does it all, despite missing a hand.